Meet count Carl Gustaf Wrangel and countess Anna Margareta von Haugwitz who had the castle built in the mid 17th century and get to know the people who lived and worked at Skokloster over the years.
The collections of art, weapons, books and textiles are unique of their kind, both in Sweden and internationally, and you can see them through our exhibitions, guided tours, digital content and programmes.
A Part of the National Historical Museums
Skokloster Castle has been a museum owned by the state since 1967. The castle is part of the government agency National Historical Museums. The National Property Board of Sweden manages the building and park.
Visit the Castle
Discover the castle's fantastic surroundings and visit our shop and café. We are open seasonally, but offer pre-booked group tours all year round.